The City of Philadelphia has completed a Federal Aviation Regulation Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study for the Philadelphia International Airport. The FAA approved this study on May 20, 2003. To view the document in Adobe Acrobat format, click the link below.
   
 

Final Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study

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A Public Hearing and Final Public Information Workshop on the Philadelphia International Airport's Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study was held on Thursday, March 21, 2002 at the Airport Hilton Hotel. All comments received during the hearing and subsequent comment period were addressed and published in the Final document.

The City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia International Airport sponsored the FAR Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study. The Study provides information related to existing and future noise impacts, as well as recommended noise and land use measures.

Copies of the Final FAR Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study are available for public review at the Philadelphia International Airport or by clicking the link above.

For further information regarding this study, please contact Michael Jeck at Philadelphia International Airport, (215) 937-6233, FAX (215) 937-6086, or e-mail Mike.Jeck@phl.org
Updated June, 2003
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